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About Certified Teacher Training Programme

Vibrant Academy brings an opportunity that you would cherish for life. The program aims to raise the quality of the teaching process. Vibrant Academy Certified Teacher Training Programme encourages participants to gain knowledge on the subject areas. This program is open to all those who want to make their career as an IIT-JEE Faculty.

This course is specially designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the field of IIT-JEE Teaching. Employers recognize the value of a certificate programme, which shows your knowledge, practical exposure and understanding of the career field you have chosen.


  • This certified programme will help to achieve refined knowledge which is required to teach young minds.
  • To prepare you for the challenges that you might face as a professional educator.
  • It will help to enhance your skill set which is required to manage students from variety of backgrounds and cultures.
  • It will provide you a competitive edge over the others.
  • Develop yourself to the level of an IIT-JEE faculty.
  • Get calibrated on methodologies used for national level student orientation programs.
  • Chance to mentor All India Toppers.


  • Six months long, academically rigorous training will be imparted to the candidates.
  • Experts of various domains will be arranged to address to the participants as well as interact so as to value add on the knowledge that they gain from the ongoing theory with their rich experience.
  • Trainees will be provided with handful experience of Classroom Teaching and Doubt Solving Classes.

Note: Trainees will not be entitled for any stipend/ salary during training period.

Eligibility to apply for Teacher Training Program

B.Tech. /B.E. /MTech. /MSc. or any other relevant bachelor’s degree

Freshers completing their degree in 2018 may also apply

Selection Process

  • Written Test
  • Demo
  • Interview


The test paper will comprise of questionnaire comprises of class 11th & 12th syllabus

Job Assistance

Job Assistance will be provided to all Trainees depending upon the skills they acquired. Vibrant Academy (I) Pvt Ltd would itself be a absorber of Trainees depending upon the requirements.


  • Registration Fee: RS. 500/-
  • Programme Fee:  RS. 99500/-

How to Apply

Applicants who meet eligibility criteria can apply by clicking the below link.


JEE Main 2019 Result: Link to raise objection, challenge answer key activated on – how to apply


Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main 2019 answer key were released by NTA on Monday, January 14, 2019. As many as 9,41,117 candidates have appeared for the JEE Main 2019. As per the official notification, the answer key and question paper for both Paper I and Paper II have been released and are now available on Yesterday, January 15, NTA also activated the link to Challenge Answer Key on the official website Important instructions regarding raising objections are provided below. JEE Main 2019 result would be released based on final answer keys by January 31, 2019.

Students to please note that the facility to raise objections would be available only till 11:50 PM on January 17, 2019. Also, a fee of Rs. 1000 per question challenged is applicable. Objections without fee payment would not be considered. Also, in case the challenge is accepted, the fee for that particular question would be refunded to the candidate.

JEE Main 2019: How to raise objections/ challenge Answer Key on

  1. Go to the official and click on the activated link of ‘Challenge Answer Key’.
  2. On the new window that opens, login using your Application Number and Date of Birth or Application Number and Password and enter Security Pin as displayed to access your account.
  3. Click on the link for ‘Challenge Answer Key’. You would be able to see 90 Questions IDs for Paper I (Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics) and 80 Questions IDs for Paper II (Mathematics/Aptitude Test).
  4. The option as per the answer key would be provided there. In case you wish to challenge the answer, you can select any of the option ID given in the next column by clicking on the given check boxes. Do this for all the questions you need to raise claim against.
  5. Once complete, scroll down and click on ‘Save your Claims’.
  6. System would display the Options that you have challenges. Students may upload supporting documents by clicking on Choose File. Remember, all the documents should be in a single pdf file.
  7. Click on ‘Save your Claims and pay Fee.
  8. Pay your processing fee @ Rs.1,000/- for each question challenged. Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking is accepted.

This completes the process of raising an objection. In case your claims are accepted, the fee paid would be refunded to the account (or card) it was made through. The JEE Main 2019 result is scheduled to be released by January 31, 2019.

Last Minute Preparation Tips for JEE(Main)-2019

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This Month, lakhs of engineering aspirants will appear for JEE Main 2019. Most of them would have studied day and night for the last three months, and many have been slogging for two years to prepare for the exam well.

Now that you have covered the entire syllabus, have solved several full-length practice papers, model tests and previous year JEE Main question papers, and are almost done with your revision, here are some smart last-minute tips for JEE Main 2019 that you may want to have a last look at before entering the examination hall:

  • The first and foremost thing to remember is to avoid studying any new topic during the last week or few days before the exams.
  • Practice more by solving problems and other objective types of questions from both NCERT textbooks and other JEE Mains reference study materials.
  • Solve more sample papers, model papers and questions from Question banks as there are probabilities in recurrence of questions.
  • Never forget to refer to the class notes, important points, and important terminologies.
  • Be confident in your preparation. After completing the JEE(Main) Syllabus, test yourself to evaluate your performance level.
  • Clear all the doubts by meeting experts or teachers. Use the tips, guidelines, and shortcuts given by your lectures.
  • Start with the important topics first and then switch on to the other topics.
  • Improve your time management, as there will be many questions to be solved in a very less time. Increase your speed of calculating.
  • Do not spend more than one hour for revising the topics. Have a quick glance through the complete syllabus and never skip any topic.

These were few important Last Minute Preparation Tips for JEE Main 2019. Hope these tips will be useful.

JEE Main Admit Card 2019 to be out @ Here’s how to download

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JEE Main 2019: The admit cards of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main) 2019 will be released December 17 by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Once the same will be released, all the candidates can download it from the official website, the link for which is 

JEE Main exam will be conducted twice in a year – once in January and again in April.

JEE Main 2019: Exam details

The JEE Main (I) exam will begin from January 6, 2019 and conclude on January 20.

JEE Main Admit Card 2019: Here’s how to download

  • Go to the official website,
  • On the homepage, click on the link ‘Download Admit Card of JEE (Main)-2019
  • Enter the application number, password and security pin
  • Click on the Login button to submit the asked details
  • Admit cards will displayed on the screen
  • Download and take a print out of the same for future use

Note: In case any candidate is unable to download their JEE Main Admit Card, the candidate can approach NTA Help Line between 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from December 17, 2018 to December 23, 2018.

Admission criteria for IIT JEE Mains:

The maximum number of attempts for JEE Main is limited to three.

The admission criteria for undergraduate engineering programmes at NITs, IITs, other centrally funded technical institutions, institutions funded by participating state governments, and other institutions shall include the performance in the class 12/equivalent qualifying examination, and in the Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main).

JEE Main exam 2 in April 2019

Meanwhile, the second JEE Main April 2019 will be conducted from April 6 to April 20, 2019, for which a separate notice will be issued later on and the candidates will be required to apply separately.

Admission opens for Academic Session 2019-20 for class For IV to XI Studying students. SCHOLARSHIP CUM EARLY ADMISSION TEST (SEAT) on 23rd Dec, Apply now, click here 

Increase in IIT placements a result of aggressive industry outreach


The placement season at the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) this year brought good news. An overall increase was seen in the number of students getting placed in world’s top companies, with more number of students finding a place in the R&D, electrical, mechanical and computer science sectors.

In the first four days of first placement session, the companies made as many as 3000 job offers, including pre placement offers (PPO) in all the 23 IITs. As compared to 2017, there has been an increase of 30% placements. “This indicates an overall growth in various sectors. The economy is growing and it is reflected in the increasing job opportunities for the students,” said V Ramgopal Rao, IIT Delhi Director.

IITs have become quite aggressive in terms of industry outreach in the last two years, which eventually has helped the institutes to study the industry demands and prepare students for the market.

“We are trying to bridge the gap between the curriculum and the industry demands. For instance, this year Industry Day at IIT Delhi had over 300 companies reaching out to students. So, it is a reflection of how we are reaching out to the industry and connecting with closely, which in turn is getting churning out more employment opportunities,” he says.

According to reports, a US based company offered a package of Rs 1.52 crore to four IIT BHU students. Microsoft hired atleast six students from IIT Roorkee and Kanpur, on an annual package of Rs 1.5 crore. While the officials were reluctant to divulge the details, but they confirmed the high salary offer and good placements were positive indications.

The decision to not reveal the details of the students, says Rao, has been made to avoid undue pressure on the rest of the students.

“By talking about pay packages, we tend to put unnecessary pressure on the students, who wish to pursue careers in other sectors or want to go in for Masters and research,” says Rao.Around 70% students opted for core sectors as against IT, which is an optimistic trend seen this year. “Not all sectors offer similar kind of pay packages. The students must understand that an electrical engineering company will not pay as Google does,” adds the director.

“The good news is that 50% job offers made in the first session, were from the core sector. This indicates that the core sectors are seeing a substantial growth.” Other than Microsoft, companies such as Optum (SDE), Axtria, Honetwell, Indshine, Tata Communications, Tata Steel, HCL, ZS Associates, Novarites, IVP and Smart Cube, L&T ECC, Amazon, Microsoft, Assanjob have hired students across IITs in this placement session.

Top IIT Alternatives You Should Know About


Each year – at this time of the year – lakhs of Class 12 PCM students go through a baptism by fire – that of appearing for the JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced entrance exams for admissions to the IITs. Eventually, just 1-2% of candidates attempting these make it into the IITs while nearly 98% of candidates are left disappointed. Some who don’t make it accept this reality and move on to seek admissions into private colleges. Others consciously decide to ‘drop’ a year to appear for the IITs the following year. This extremely risky strategy is surprisingly popular among a large section of students. This leads us to the key question – are PCM students betting their whole future on their chances of making it into IITs? Are they aware of other good alternatives available?

Awareness levels – A reality check

So, currently how are students learning about higher education options? Students are heavily peer-influenced, i.e., they follow what their friends do or advice. There is also a dependence on coaching centers to guide them. And lastly, some amount of direction is provided by family members.

These approaches of learning about available options are very inefficient. Even the best of friends hide crucial opportunities fearing competition. Parents being busy also do not have a comprehensive view of all options. It is estimated that nearly 85% of Class 11/12 students don’t know that they don’t know of many good higher education options. This is a dangerous state to be in. This information gap leads to students missing some great options.

Some options better than or equivalent to IITs

Let’s look at some options that all PCM students should explore in addition to their fixation to IITs.

IIIT  Hyderabad

Autonomous university setup under a public-private-partnership mode. Offers dual degree programs in B.Tech+M.S. in Computer Science & Engineering, B.Tech+M.S. in Electronics and Communication Engineering, B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering and M.S. in Computational Linguistics, B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering and M.S. in Computational Natural Sciences. Admissions are via entrance exam called UGEE.

CMI – Chennai

CMI is a Deemed University and a premier research and education institute and is noted for its research in the field of algebraic geometry. It offers B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics and Computer Science, B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics and Physics. Admissions are via separate entrance exam.

ISI – Kolkata

Indian Statistical Institute is an Institute of National Importance (like IIT) and was established in 1931 in Kolkata. If offers B.Stat (Hons) from Kolkata campus and B.Math (Hons) from its Bengaluru Campus. Admissions are via separate entrance exam.

 IOMA – Bhubaneswar

The Institute of Mathematics and Applications is located in Bhubaneswar and offers BSc (H) in Mathematics and Computing. Admissions are via separate entrance exam.


Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs) are high-quality scientific education and research institutions setup by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The IISERs offer wonderful opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students seeking fulfilling science-based careers. There are in all 7 IISERs across India. IISERs offer 3 modes of admissions – via KVPY, JEE Main, and IISER Aptitude Test.

Delhi University

This is a unique B.Tech program offered by the University of Delhi. The course offered is B.Tech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations). Admissions are via a separate entrance exam.

Similarly, there are other opportunities which each science student should be aware of. The career pathways offered by such institutions are indeed proven and promising – be it industry recognition, curriculum or placements.

Benefits of attempting these options

Preparation – The level of preparation for JEE Main is sufficient for appearing for many of these opportunities.

Reputation – Did you know that the ISI, setup in 1931, was adopted as a model for the first US Institute of Statistics? Did you know that the Governing Council of IIIT-H has luminaries such as Prof. Raj Reddy (Carnegie Mellon University), R. Chandrashekhar (President – NASSCOM), Prof. Ashok Jhunjhunwala (Prof at IIT-Madras), and Dr. Vinton G Cerf (Chief Internet Evangelist, Google)?

All-India Eligibility – All the options mentioned above have all-India seats.  While some institutes have a few seats reserved for state domicile candidates, the other seats are open for candidates across the country.

Admission opens for Academic Session 2019-20 for class For IV to XI Studying students. SCHOLARSHIP CUM EARLY ADMISSION TEST (SEAT) on 23rd Dec, Apply now, click here 

Follow this two-month strategy to crack JEE Main 2019


With less than three months left for the first session of  JEE Main 2019, here is the two-month strategy to help you prepare efficiently

While November might be a month of festivities for everyone else, but if you are a JEE Main aspirant, it is a crucial time for your future. With less than three months left for the first session of JEE Main 2019, just like you, lakhs of students across India are leaving no stones unturned to secure a seat in prestigious institutes like IITs and NIITs.

Your preparation during these final months has a large impact on your final performance. Additionally, factors like your attitude, ability to stay calm under pressure and time-management skill also affect your chances of getting admission to your dream college. Making your life a wee bit easier, here is a two-month strategy to ace the exams:

 November 7 – 10

  • Summarise each chapter: Write down the highlights of each chapter of every subject in a notebook to easily access them whenever you want. Since you won’t have enough time for an in-depth revision one day before the exam, these notes will help you remember the key points.
  • Create flashcards: Besides this, make a large stack of flashcards containing all important formulae, concepts and diagrams to learn them better.
  • Clarify your doubts: You can also use e-learning apps to clarify your doubts regarding a particular topic. These digital platforms let you upload a picture of your problem and chat with an expert to solve it. What’s more, through these platforms you can keep a tab on your progress.

November 11 – 30

  • Take mock tests: Once you have gone through your entire syllabus, it’s time to start taking mock tests from reliable sources to get yourself familiar with the exam environment. Apart from offline coaching centres, there are online platforms where you can enrol yourself for mock tests. The JEE Main exam’s question paper is designed to test your aptitude, analytical, logical and reasoning skills. Thus, taking mock tests will not only help you improve your time management skill but also make you aware of the exam pattern.
  • Work on your weak areas: Writing the test is just a job half done. After the test, make sure to evaluate your paper and find out your mistakes. Work on your weak spots to resolve them well before the actual exam takes place.


You are now only a month away from the first sitting of JEE Mains. This means you need to put all your focus on studying.

  • Make a study plan:It’s better to make a study plan for every day to ensure you are picking up all the loose ends. You may know your strengths and weaknesses, try to allocate an equal amount of time for each subject.
  • Prepare for online:More importantly, acquaint yourself with the various aspects of online examination as JEE Main is a computer-based exam. While some of you may be used to taking tests on pen and paper, prepare yourself for the computer-based format. You can do this by either visiting practice centres or practising on e-learning apps.
  • Select the order of your subjects: Since the question paper will have three different sections for each subject, find out which order is preferable for you to get the best results.
  • Keep revising: Apart from taking online tests, don’t forget to jog your memory by going back to the notes and flashcards you made earlier.
  • Healthy competition: Some of you may not like to group study in the last month, but being in a competitive setting may have a positive impact on your mindset.

Admission opens for Academic Session 2019-20 for class For IV to XI Studying students. SCHOLARSHIP CUM EARLY ADMISSION TEST (SEAT) on 25th Nov , Apply now, click here 

Source : indianexpress